Fantastic Four 278-279 with Kate (and Dan) Sep25

Fantastic Four 278-279 with Kate (and Dan)

K: BAY. WINDOW. D: huhwha? K: I said BAY WINDOW. That window that extends out into the yard and looks extra classy? Yes. That is the window I want. D: ::opens window:: ::closes window:: This here’s a fine, fine window; I’m liking the cut of its jib. K: You’re a moron. We need a new window. D: ::opens window:: ::closes window:: Yeah… this is a nice window. K: I’m going to throw you out that window. D: All I’m saying is, I’m not exactly Bob Villa with this stuff. K: Oh, I know. Let’s not talk about that IKEA bookshelf you built. It doesn’t exactly hold books; they just kind of slide off. D: But I built it myself! And look at all of these...

The Adventures of Superman #500 with Kate (and Dan) Jun20

The Adventures of Superman #500 with Kate (and Dan...

ZOOM IN Dan is playing with his phone when Kate starts furiously flipping between the cover and inside of a graphic novel. D: WHAT ARE YOU DOING?!?! You’re going to crease the cover!! K: ::looks up, goes back to flipping back and forth in the comic:: D: ::grabs book:: Aww… you bent the back corner. You’re no better than those heathens that let their kids chew on their comics or use a spinner rack for their collection. THIS IS WHY WE HAVE NOTHING NICE!! K: Calm down there, Ace. I don’t think you have any designs on selling that second hand book at auction, so the book is OK. Also, don’t look at page 44. I’m not saying that there may be ice...

DC Trade Collections Round Up

I’ve been catching up on my reading and thought I would do a large round up of DC books. They have all come out in the last couple months. ALL STAR WESTERN Volume 2: WAR OF LORDS AND OWLS Collecting All Star Western 7-12 The western comic has seen a rebirth at the hands of Justin Grey and Jimmy Palmiotti, their work on Jonah Hex has been astounding with great story telling and wonderful art added to make a great comic read. In the new 52 the western is back as All Star Western and its more fun than ever. Adding ties to Gotham for Hex has added a new and interesting dimension to the character and the story here adds to the Batman mythology...

Interview with Jerry Ordway

Interview with Jerry Ordway This interview is from the May 2009 issue of Crimespree Magazine.   Jon Jordan: Jerry, your career in comics started in I believe 1980 and you worked with Roy Thomas. Roy is a walking encyclopedia of comics, what was it like starting out with such a renowned writer? Jerry Ordway: Well, it was pretty intimidating, as I was such a fan of his Avengers work in particular. It gave me the feeling that I was definitely in the “big leagues” and I knew I had to prove myself worthy, like some rookie baseball player called up from the triple A farm team. JJ: It wasn’t too long after that you were working on a...